Cellulose Insulation Installation
Nearly 90% of homes suffer from insufficient insulation, which drives up energy costs and creates inconsistent temperatures throughout your home. If you are looking to manage your energy bill, properly insulating your house can be an easy way to efficiently reduce costs. Our team of local experts offers cellulose insulation installation services to help keep your home as comfortable and energy-efficient as possible.
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While you may be worried about the costs associated with cellulose insulation installation, just think of it as an investment. With 30% energy savings on average, the insulation will pay for itself. If you are ready to start saving money by reducing your energy costs, give us a call today for a free estimate.
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Why Choose Cellulose Insulation?
Cellulose insulation is installed in your attic to provide a protective, heat-resistant barrier to keep your heat or air conditioning from escaping. This helps your home maintain its temperature and reduces the strain on your HVAC units to help keep you comfortable and save money. While there are many types of insulation available, cellulose insulation has several benefits including that it is:
- Environmentally-Friendly: Our cellulose insulation is made from recycled materials, like newspaper and denim, and other natural ingredients. This insulation can be broken down into smaller fibers and blown into hard-to-reach areas or water can be added to allow the insulation to be applied in a spray form.
- Fire-resistant: Although cellulose insulation is made mostly from newspaper, the insulation is treated with a Class 1 fire retardant. For example, if you were to put a blowtorch to cellulose and a penny, the penny would begin to melt before the cellulose caught on fire!
- More-Energy Efficient: Our cellulose insulation prevents 40% more energy loss compared to fiberglass betting, translating to a savings of 30% on average each year.
Additional Pest Prevention
Pests may infiltrate your home in various ways including slipping into your attic space. In fact, attic insulation provides the perfect environment for pests to thrive as it’s warm, dark, and usually unperturbed by humans. That’s why we infuse our insulation with environmentally-safe boric acid to drive away common household pests, such as cockroaches, silverfish, earwigs, millipedes, and many more. Our specially designed boric acid-infused insulation is formulated to repel pests for the lifespan of the insulation for a continuous effect.
With over 20 years of experience, we know after we install our cellulose insulation it will provide you with results that you can see. Our years of experience have also helped us streamline our installation process, reducing costs and saving you money. And if you have more questions about costs, we provide a free estimate to help you plan and prepare for the installation.
We Work with Your Schedule
We know that the workweek is busy and you don’t want to have to use your paid time-off for insulation installation. We offer Saturday servicing and work with you to find a time that works with your schedule to avoid any inconvenience. That way you don’t have to worry about adding one more thing to your already full to-do list.
How Do You Know If You Need Cellulose Insulation?
Over time your insulation wears down or becomes damaged by pests nesting in the installation, reducing its effectiveness and costing you more money in energy costs.
The following are signs that you may need new insulation:
- Rising energy costs.
- Unusually hot or cold spots in your home.
- Having to adjust the thermostat more often to keep comfortable.
- Attic moisture.
- Pests in your home.
If you have any of these symptoms, we will be happy to assess your home using U.S. Department of Energy standards to determine whether your insulation has fallen below the recommended insulation depth for our region.
Areas We Service in Tennessee, Alabama, and Missouri
Since 2001, 4-Evergreen Lawn Care has proudly been providing lawn care and outdoor pest control services to areas across Western Tennessee, Southern Alabama, and Southeastern Missouri. Some of these areas include: